“Few details are available”: or, a wishlist

This list is for the bare-bones cases on Charley, where NO details of any kind are available in the “details of disappearance” section, except for the basic information about who, when and where. These cases usually have this template: “[Person] was last seen in [city], [state] on [date of disappearance]. He/she has never been heard from again. Few details are available in her/his case.” Not even an address is available.

  1. Ingrid Angela Anderson
  2. Elizabeth A. Balzer
  3. Tegree Brown
  4. Benjamin Levi Burgess
  5. Manuel Alberto Camacho
  6. Fernando Camacho-Garcia
  7. Marlon Aguilar Carranza
  8. Bradley Caswell
  9. Miriam A. Cavallo
  10. Mabel May Chambers
  11. Aristeo Chavarin
  12. Anna Therese Ciaccio
  13. Raymond Dean Clark
  14. William Michael Clark
  15. Sheila Anita Cooper
  16. Marylinda Cordova
  17. Robert King Costello Jr.
  18. Patricia Crandall
  19. David Cruz
  20. Saul Ayala Curiel
  21. Glizer Dallago
  22. Pamela Sue Dalton
  23. Dale Allen Darrow
  24. Courtney Nicole Davila
  25. Billy Vaughn Davis
  26. Steven Allan Davis
  27. Lillian Eileen Demaris
  28. Bhurwinder Singh Dillon
  29. John Drohan
  30. Michael Norman Dunn
  31. Jack Michael Dupee
  32. Alan Tigong Duque
  33. Regina Lafaye Dye
  34. Jeanne Marie Feder
  35. Donald Ray Fortson
  36. Ann Bernadette Fulton
  37. Loren Gabryelski
  38. Mark Allen Garnett
  39. Samantha Lynn Gonzales
  40. Stephanie Agnew Grant
  41. Gerard Grayson
  42. Ruth Greenwood
  43. Carmora Lynn Grimes
  44. Maria Arlene Gutierrez
  45. Adam A. Hale
  46. Dallas James Hale
  47. Peter Hanson
  48. Donald Eugene Harrigan
  49. Mohamed Abdi Hassan
  50. Huey Edward Hazelrig
  51. Felicia L. Heinen
  52. Howard Douglas Hellums
  53. Deron Tyriek Hill
  54. Tawanda Latisha Hill
  55. David Preston Hinds
  56. DiCarlos A. Hite
  57. Marcoe W. Hollman
  58. David Charles Holmes
  59. Joyanne Houk
  60. Deborah Hubbert
  61. Mark R. Hudson
  62. Lily Hull
  63. Starla Jean Human
  64. Thomas Wayne Hurst
  65. Adam Hutchinson
  66. Nam Sarg Hy
  67. Rachel Lucinda Jones
  68. Winnie Janette Kersey
  69. Andrew P. Keys
  70. Marilyn Sue Koski
  71. Robert Lewis Kuhlman
  72. Richard Charles Kula
  73. Becky Jo Look
  74. John Cameron Lovering
  75. Marian Madys
  76. Katherine Ann Major
  77. Patricia J. Mast
  78. Randy David McBee
  79. Tonya Turner McMillian
  80. Jesus Alay Meza
  81. Frederick Demetrius Montgomery
  82. John Thomas Morford
  83. Brenda Morgan
  84. Deborah Jean Morris
  85. Blake Royse Nex
  86. Ted Palka
  87. Norman Basil Pappas
  88. Larry Anthony Perez
  89. Michael Richard Pickett
  90. Tony Jhon Pineda
  91. George Pintican
  92. Richard Frank Plechner
  93. Ricky Lee Phiilips
  94. Stephanie Praszker
  95. Francesca Price
  96. Judy Ann Proud
  97. Alice Marie Reeves
  98. Javier Rodriguez Valdez
  99. Marie Sagasta
  100. David Britt Sargent
  101. David Eugene Seelke
  102. Taniticia Shelton
  103. Daniel Siordia
  104. Bennie Joe Smith II
  105. Christina R. Smith
  106. Barbara Sparks
  107. Ross Allen Stegeman
  108. Cora Lucindy Stokes
  109. Constance Ann Streif
  110. Gwendolyn Sue Suchy
  111. Miljko Bertain Todorovic
  112. Beatrice Villela
  113. Maureen Webb
  114. Glenna Jane West
  115. Marie Antionette White
  116. Gordon Leroy Wilder
  117. Susan Luxen Williams
  118. Donna Ann Wilson
  119. Sturgis Lee Wittenburg
  120. Ann Wooten
  121. Richard Nathan Worley
  122. Waldemar Wydra
  123. Cassandra Josefina Yanez

24 thoughts on ““Few details are available”: or, a wishlist

  1. NH March 11, 2015 / 1:52 pm

    Unfortunately quite a long list. Hopefully some details can be filled in. Great idea for a list.

    • Meaghan March 11, 2015 / 2:40 pm

      I should hope so, because it took like two hours for me to make it.

  2. Angie March 11, 2015 / 3:25 pm

    I actually thought there would be more, out of 9000+ cases. Really sucks that some of these are children. I wonder if the police are withholding details, or if the families just don’t care enough to fill the details in, and try to publicize the case. Or it’s possible that some of these people aren’t missing anymore and the families never bothered to notify authorities?

    • Meaghan March 12, 2015 / 9:12 am

      I thought there would be more too. Though I’m only doing the completely scraped-clean ones, not even “last seen playing in the yard” or “last seen at 8:00 a.m.” or something. I’m a bit pleased with myself that there are so relatively few such cases; it indicates that I’m fulfilling the purpose of my site, which is to provide as much detail on missing people as is possible.

  3. Meg March 11, 2015 / 5:30 pm

    Manuel Alberto Camacho (25) doesn’t looks his age, maybe am i wrong but he looks 45 or maybe is the wrong picture?

  4. B March 11, 2015 / 7:54 pm

    John Jackunhuck’s link doesn’t seem to be active

    • Meaghan March 11, 2015 / 7:59 pm

      Removed. I actually purged his case today (along with 66 others) but forgot to take it off the list.

  5. Lauren March 11, 2015 / 9:48 pm

    Tegree Brown – wondering if there is anyway she was actually missing before 1992?
    Reason I am wondering is because I found this:

    Same height, weight and age range, missing from the same county that this unidentified woman was found in and it looks just like her in my opinion.

    • Justin March 11, 2015 / 10:06 pm

      Lauren: So are you going to contact Investigator Robert Hunter of the San Bernardino County Sheriff Department – Coroner Division, who is the LE contact on her NamUs webpage and ask if she been ruled out as being this decedent?

      His email address is bhunter@sbcsd.org if you want to leave a message. He is an OK guy. I’ve contacted him several times.

      • Lauren March 11, 2015 / 10:11 pm

        Thank you so much for the info. I was thinking about it but wasn’t sure if it was just me or there were enough similarities that I should contact him about it.

    • Meaghan March 12, 2015 / 9:10 am

      Shared on Charley’s FB page.

    • Meaghan March 13, 2015 / 12:27 pm

      Another for the “purge” pile.

    • Meaghan March 13, 2015 / 12:27 pm

      It looks likely, yes, but I don’t want to make assumptions and list her as the mother if it turns out she wasn’t.

      • Justin July 28, 2015 / 1:08 pm

        I am certain that they went missing together. Not only do they share the same missing date, last name and law enforcement agency handling the case (Chino PD), but they share the same case number (06-01510).

        She is probably her mother… but it’s possible that she might be her grandmother since she was 37 when they went missing on November 19, 2003, which would have put her birthdate as 1966 or 1967 and Marylinda was born in 1999. Or she might be another relative.

  6. Kris October 14, 2015 / 2:48 am

    We are still trying to get info on Courtney n Davila she just vanished. I adopted her daughter it was an open adoption she visited a few times a year I remain close with her family but it seems like she just vanished, I feel sad for my daughter because she needs closure and may never get it. Thanks for putting this site up! Some of these people may have not been great role models but they deserve to have proper burials and families deserve closure, my daughter got called to police station a few years ago to give dna but never heard another word

  7. Jared C. January 10, 2016 / 10:37 pm

    Any information about Norman Basil Pappas that isn’t being published? I’m intrigued with his case.

    • Meaghan January 11, 2016 / 4:59 am

      Not that I know of.

  8. Jenna August 14, 2018 / 4:08 pm

    I believe this court case (https://law.justia.com/cases/federal/appellate-courts/F2/577/596/113028/) relates to Richard Frank Plechner, based on the dates and locations involved. If so, it indicates that he had been charged and posted bail for conspiracy to import drugs and conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute. He appeared twice on those charges, lastly on July 10, 1975, but missed his next court date on August 18, 1975, forfeiting his bond. His missing date is listed as July 25, 1975. Interestingly, the appellant contested on December 29, 1976, that Plechner was dead. All of this raises many interesting possibilities:
    1. He was allegedly involved with drugs on a large scale, which could lead to foul play.
    2. He had a compelling reason to disappear, if he were facing possible imprisonment.
    3. What made them think that he was dead, versus the second option? This makes me think that law enforcement, at the very least, has some definite idea as to why that might be the case, a year out from his disappearance.

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